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Author: Beam, Louis R.
Keywords: Ku Klux Klan (1915- ) -- Texas.
Publisher: Hayden Lake, ID (P.O. Box 567, Hayden Lake 83835) : A.K.I.A. Publications,
Book contributor: dudeman5685
Excellent Book. Something more white nationalists should have in their library in case it got pulled off of the internet.
Subject: Essays of a Klansmen
Louis Beam joined the KKK after coming back from his tour of duty in Vietnam and seeing the strength of the anti-war and other radical movements. He became grand dragon and in the 1980s wrote this pamphlet which outlines his worldview, and that of most of the modern white nationalist movement.
While throughly opposed to his politics, I have decided to upload this here because of its historical interest. Beams reminisces about Vietnam and how disillusioned he became make heady reading, and illuminate the reasons why he became involved in the White Nationalist movement. He goes into detail about the short comings of the Klan movement of the 1960s, which, he says, was only attacking a symptom of the "problem", integration, not the root cause, "the Jews".
He also blames the Jews, particularly Henry Kissinger for the loss in the Vietnam. Indeed, he claims that the Jews had orchestrated the war all along, sending many Americans to die yet setting conditions in which they could not win. He basically says that the Jews started to the war to intentionally lose it. (To what end and purpose, he never says.)*
Despite being a blatantly bigoted and hate filled book, I felt that it is nevertheless a valuable window into the mind set of the White Power movement and a time capsule of the frustrations that many Americans felt during that turbulent period.
*He has written me saying money explains the cause of the war. Victory or defeat is the same for the war profiteers.
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